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in the world. competitions in ireland, scotland, norway, japan, russia each year, the facilities here in the park are second to none. there is no complex in the world that can touch it. >> i'm here with bob, and he has kindly agreed to tell me everything i need to know about casting. i'm going to suit up and next, we're in the water. >> what any gentleman should do. golden gate angling has free lessons the second saturday of every month. we have equipment show up on the 9:30 on the second saturday of every month and we'll teach them to fly cast. >> ok. we are in the water. >> let me acquaint you with the fly rod. >> nice to meet you. >> this is the lower grip and the upper grip. this is a reel and a fly line. we are going to use the flex of this rod to fling away. exactly as you moved your hands. >> that's it? >> that's it. >> i'm a natural. >> push both arms forward and snap the lower hand into your tummy. push forward. >> i did gave it a try and had great time but i might need some more practice. i met someone else with real fly casting skills. her name is donna and she is an intern
peace prize will be announced today. jummy olabanji has the latest. >> norway's public broadcaster says it has confirmed the european union has received this year's nobel peace prize. we will officially find out the winner after 5:00 this morning. that's when the five-member panel will announce the winner. but several sources in norway are reporting that the european union will win the nobel peace prize. reuters is citing some of their sources, saying they will win for uniting europe over several financial crises. we are watching all of our affiliates overseas, waiting for the official announcement, and we will update our viewers as soon as we get that. back to you. >> thank you. thousands of people about to hit the streets to take a huge fight in the step against breast cancer. >> the susan g. komen walk takes off in a couple hours. they will raise money for the fight against breast cancer. abc 7 is a proud sponsor. you can find advice and information on our website wjla.com. jacqui jeras will join us live from southeast d.c. for that, coming up. >> be careful because you will see a l
before. ♪ >>> a narrow escape for a veteran b.a.s.e. jumping in norway. he was getting ready for a jump in norway. watch what happens. >> he goes off the cliff. you see it again. he flips and narrowly misses the edge. the b.a.s.e. jumper pulled the parachute and saved his life. that is mind blowing. lucky to be alive. >> very athletic. >> thank goodness. >> thanks for joining us. you can watch the presidential debate tonight at 6:00. thanks for watching. [ male announcer ] this is the opposite of subliminal advertising... there's no subtext... just tacos. yeah, it's our job to make you want it. but honestly... it's not that hard. old el paso. when you gotta have mexican. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup.
peace talks. >> the talks now under way in norway are the latest in a long history of attempts to resolve the war which has left tens of thousands dead and millions more displaced. >> at this hotel north of oslo, representatives of the farc and colombia's government appeared together for the first time in 10 years. the talks themselves are being held in a secret location. the two sides appear to be making progress. >> we will probably not convince each other about our different political ideas. we know that the farc have a vision of the world and politics, and we do not want to come in teaching anybody lessons. this is about agreeing to an agenda to put an end to the conflict. >> the farc rebels also came with an open mind. they said they were not the terrorists they are painted to be, but they said that peace could only be achieved if the government takes steps. >> a solution to the political, economic, and social problems that caused the conflict is something that could bring about peace in colombia. we need to have a solid foundation for our living together. >> both sides ag
night when they missed their return flights home to the east coast. sex a veteran a jumper in norway narrowly escaped death over the weekend. -- >> a veteran jumper in norway narrowly escaped death over the weekend. al-anbar collapse, sending him plunging over the age. he barely missed hitting a club face and managed to open his parachute on the way down. the father of five says after watching the video, he realized that if things had gone differently, his kids might not have had a father. >> now your forecast with ava marie. could something else quite terrifying, a super sized pumpkin tips the scale at nearly 1,300 pounds. it weighs 1,279 pounds. earned armstrong top honors a local pumpkin weigh-off, his third in a row. here attribute his success to our work. it has been a great year for pumpkins because it was a very hot and dry in to the summer season. hopefully we will be seeing a lot of gigantic pumpkins out there. it was saying soggy day our cost baltimore. rainshowers still lingering across the eastern shore right now. ocean city got a good dose of rain over the past hour but
of my finger to norway for who they selected to win the peace prize. >> the nobel committee has decided that the nobel peace prize for 2012 is to be awarded to the european union. >> stephen: oh, what a shock! congratulations, europe. you gave yourself the nobel peace prize. (laughter) that's the same humility oprah showed when taking her magazine cover mod-- when picking her magazine cover model. (cheers and applause) nobel committee chair thorborn jaglund explained their rationale. >> the european union has helped to transform most of europe from a continental war to a continental peace. >> stephen: oh bravo, europe. so well deserved. after all, it's been a whole 13 years since your last genocide. by this logic, by this logic, i should get the nobel prize for not murdering anyone lately. oh, that's right. i'm no longer eligible. (laughter) but since political unions can now win nobels these days i've got to ask, how about one for the united states of america. because i see-- (cheers and applause) >> stephen: yeah! because i don't know about you, i seem to remember someone putting an e
of min danao. talks begin in norway between the colombian government and colombia's largest rebel group, the revolutionary armed forces of colombia, or fork. ahead of the negotiations, norway's peace research institute of also said addressing economic inequality and establishing lasting trust will be pivotal to a successful agreement. >> trust is in itself a key problem, given the lost negotiations and ceasefire and conflicts of those negotiations were basically misused by the government to clamp down on adversaries. also, the economic inequality in colombia is a massive dimension -- is of massive dimensions. one critical issue is the ability to look at economic redistribution. >> the talks are due to move on to cuba after concluding in norway. 10 people were arrested under rain on friday when government forces disrupted a pro-democracy protests. police fired tear gas and stun grenades at a crowd of hundreds of demonstrators marching against the u.s.-backed sunni monarchy. it was the latest in a series of protests against the bahrain regime. bahrain is a key u.s. government ally, hostin
. >> it also serves as a reminder. >> norway doesn't belong to the eu and it shows how important the currency and the union are. that's interesting because non- the members are more appreciative of the importance of the euro and the eu. we should do more if we are not to squander your's -- europe's opportunities. >> many say the award was well- deserved. >> they're committed to peace. the help promote globalization. >> this gives them the feeling that we are all in this together. >> for more on their reaction from berlin, i'm joined by our political correspondent. it was meant as an encouraging political signal and it was taken as such year in berlin. >> indeed. just give you a few of the comments, chancellor merkel has said this recognizes the achievement and it was more than just a currency but the ideal behind europe. they described the european unification as the biggest peace effort in history which had turned archenemies into partners and friends. this would not allow them to get in the way of european unification. 82-formyear-old former chancellr said it was something all europeans sho
portions of norway, and that combined with some space weather has ended up like this. look at these photos out of northern norway here. just this combined with the clouds reflecting off of that, absolutely beautiful photos. going thursday night into friday, you could see more of these aurora borealis along the extreme northern portions of europe here due to some space weather. so, definitely watch that, but it's going to be very cool. stockholm only seeing a high of 8 here on your thursday. now here's a look at your extended forecast. >>> and that concludes this hour's "newsline." i'm james tengan in tokyo. thanks for watching.
. we can take you live to the announcement going on right now in oslo, norway. you can see it on your screen. we can tell you a little bit about why the five-member panel said they chose the european union this year. they say it's because of their contributions to the advancements of global peace and human rights. they talk about a lot of the european union membership'ss, how they are bringing in more and more countries every year. and that france and germany that have had a history of conflict are now together as partners for peace. they say all the work being done in the european union, regardless of what's going on with the financial crisis in several countries, is worthy of winning this award. representative snitchler from different european union nations will also be speaking at the news conference in norway. we are keeping track of what's going on at the conference and will bring you some more updates on this year's nobel peace prize winner a little later in the newscast. back to you. >> thank you. >> that's good news. >> 46 degrees outside. >> we will >how a [ female annou
thought were the bodies of seven miners on a tiny remote island near the arctic circle off of norway. and they... c-span: how'd she find them? >> guest: well, she had gone--she would--she'd been--with ha--it was sort of a coincidence. she had--she'd learned that that was a--an area of permafrost and then she started investigating to see if there might be any bodies there. and she found about these seven miners that had journeyed off from norway to work in the winter in the mines on this little island, and they had gotten sick with the flu on this--on the boat on the way over and died practically as soon as they arrived. she learned that they were buried in marked graves and she learned that--and then she got permission to dig--from the norwegian government to dig into those graves and try to get the--the miners' bodies, so she had to raise money. and she was raising money any--from the government, private industry. c-span: this may not be a fair question, but why is a canadian asking the national institute of--of health here in the untied states for money to do a research project? >>
. the ship drops us off and seems on down sell. although it belongs to norway, other nations can settle here. it was once a russian mining outpost. now it is a ghost town. and number of expeditions have been made here, under the watchful gaze of polar bears. >> most of the time, polar bears just ignore our camps. we are probably missing most of them because they hunt at night. normally, they avoid people. >> when they do appear, the research team leads the polar bears in peace as long as they do not come into the camps or go into the provisions 10. a warning shot is all that it takes to scare them off. >> we heard that a whale got stranded in neighboring petunia day a few weeks ago. whenever a whale gets beach, polar bears will be attracted. when we got here yesterday, the russians told us they had spotted polar bears around the whale. they were just sitting out there enjoying a meal. >> everyone has to carry a rifle for protection. it also carries one, an old german army model. people have to be prepared to scare off there's for their own protection and the bears' -- people have to be prepa
or the netherlands or denmark or norway, they do not say we have to slash taxes and get rid of government. they say we have to make sure that every child in our country has a chance, has a decent education, has the job skills they need. we have to make sure our roads, our infrastructure, our power grid, we have to make sure we ege investing in cutting ant science and technology. look at the beautiful work that nasa is doing. look at the breakthroughs from the american institutes of health. when we try, weakened the cutting edge, opening up new horizons for human well-being as well as for the competitiveness of our industries. but the successful economy say, of course you need a government because we have a society we need to act together to make sure we are all moving forward together. and romney does not care about that. he does not know about it. it is not just the 47%. he is so far in his wealthy, narrow club, his money in the tax havens around the world, paying very little in taxes, i do not think he understands at all situation in the united states. i think most americans do not relate to him.
scandinavia and the continent. today you'll be finding thunderstorms from norway, swed sweden, down there into northern france. reports of gusts exceeding 70 kilometers an hour in germany. having said that, to the south and east, things are looking much more settled and calm. there are some storms moving through the balkans right now in through the black sea region. some of those could be a little bit nasty with thunder and lightning. temperaturewise, lots of teens out here today across the continent. 12 in stockholm. 18 in moscow. 17 berlin. 22 vienna. out of the 30s now in athens at 29 degrees. iberia, 25. another fairly comfortable 27 in lisbon. here's your extended forecast. >>> that's all for this edition of "newsline." i'm katherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks very much for joining us. are you totally unprepared? just about all of us have something hangen on our walls, pictures, paintings, art work clocks, all can come crashing down and create broken glass. inexpensive picture hook can secure pictures to the wall
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in norway. the un is facing violent protests. but the prize honor the eu for the atmosphere of peace and reconciliation for the last six decades. >> i did not expect it to be such a good day. it is with great emotion i received the news to award the global peace prize to the european union. >> the european union emerged from the barbarism of world war ii. when the berlin wall came down in 1989, the u.s. acted as a beacon for democracy for countries that had been under soviet rule. but the nobel committee's decision is controversial to some. in the falklands, the eu failed to act to save lives. >> i think it is a statement about peace in your. i think many of us would argue that nato has kept violence today more than the european union did. >> and today the european union is being challenged by a debt crisis that has caused the new tensions in southern europe. spain observed its national day today in a somber mood. recession and unemployment pulled protesters onto the streets and many question whether this was the right moment for a peace prize. >> actually, i was surprised. i think i
of stars revolves around the planet. this is the craziest. incredible video from norway. it's painful to watch. the bar holding a base jumper gives way and flengs the man over the side of a 4,000-foot cliff. he was able to open his parachute, amazingly and he did survive. unreal. >>> last night on the "rachel maddow show," robert gibbs says the tax cut just doesn't add up. >> there's a $4.8 trillion tax cut that no study that actually looks at the real numbers can come up with a way of paying for it. into that, $2 trillion for pentagon spending and that's how they want to start the deficit reduction conversation. this is all a big ruse for how do we cut taxes for the very upper end and hope that it trickles down for the middle class. it won't work under mitt romney. >> the rachel show airs weeknights at 9:00 eastern. tonight she'll head up our special coverage of the debate beginning at 8:00 eastern right here on msnbc. the place for politics. >>> now here's your "first look" at this morning's dish of scrambled politics. oklahoma senator tom coburn issued his annual report on billions
of stars revolves around the planet. >>> and incredible video out of norway. watch this, the bar holding a base jumper gives way and it flings the man over the side of a 4,000 foot cliff. well, if you can believe it, he was able to open his parachute and he survived. >>> one of the top health stories on nbcnews.com, the government is investigating two more drugs made by that massachusetts pharmacy at the heart of the meningitis outbreak that has killed 15 and sickened hundreds more. the fda is looking into three new cases, one a possible case of meningitis that may be tied to a second steroid used for spinal injections. the other two cases are rare fungal infections that may be tied to a solution used in heart surgeries. >> announcer: early today health is brought to you by vagisil ph balance wash. >>> here's a look at how wall street begins the day. the dow closed at 13,424 after rising 95 points yesterday. the s&p was up 11, the nasdaq gained 20. >>> overseas trading this morning, in tokyo, the nikkei jumped 123 points while in hong kong the hang seng added 58. >>> news that americans
to invest 2 billion euros in tapping oil and gas reserves off of norway and britain. >> siemens says it is pulling out of the solar-energy industry, saying the sector has not been as profitable as hoped. >> company is in talks with potential buyers for its solar division. siemens says its renewable- energy operations will concentrate on wind power and hydroelectric energy. >> profits in germany's solar industry may be something, but the german government is enjoying record tax revenues. >> receipts surged more than 4% compared with september of last year, largely due to stable employment figures and strong corporate earnings. >> but there are some clouds on the horizon, signs the economy might slip down by the end of the year -- might slow down by the end of the year. the country has industrial giants, but it also has thousands of small- and medium- sized countries that export markets around the world. the new study says such companies are helping germany whether the economic crisis -- weather the economic crisis. >> it gives germany added value in the form of jobs and earnings, more
to be found in southern norway as well as belgium. meanwhile, another storm is affecting eastern europe, bringing severe weather. that means heavy rain, strong winds, thunderstorms as well as a risk of hail. on the other hand, staying dry and warm for the iberian peninsula. 25 degrees expected in both madrid and lisbon. all right. here's our extended forecast. >>> and that's all for now on this edition of "newsline." i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. we'll be back with more news at the top of the hour, so do join us then. thank you very much for watching.
, windy. snow showers are also falling. in southern norway. the wettest and windiest conditions can be found in the south. and western portions of france. and much of spain. we have an alert for high waves posted. along the east coast of spain. now as you can see rain is not going anywhere. because, the high pressure system over the continents is very strong. so these storms cannot move toward the east. that means unstable weather will continue in the west and the north into the weekend. meanwhile, sunny, warm conditions for the rest of europe. getting up to 21 in berlin. that its 8 degrees higher than where they should be this time of year. 27 degrees in rome. and 26 in athens. meanwhile, dropping down into 15 degrees in madrid because of rain. and 1 degrees expected in lisbon on friday. that's it for me now. and here is your expended forecast. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> chinese naval and patrol ships are set to begin a joint exercise in the east chinese sea. crew members will practice defending territorial sovereignty waters during a disputed group of island. japan nationalized their sen
and online. researchers in norway say electric cars may not be better for the environment. the factories which make the cars can emit more toxic waste than conventional ones. they say they require a lot of chemicals. >>> house fire kills 2300 people every year. they injure thousands of others. so today, the consumer product safety commission is releasing a new report on the top causes of home fires and how to prevent them. they are releetsing -- releasing that today. >>> a study suggest the protestant majority is the minority. they say the percentage of protestant adults in the united states is 48%. number of americans with nonreligious affiliations increased from 15 to 20% over the last five years. >>> a children's book called mousetraunat is release today written by the husband of former congresswoman gabby giffords. >>> flu season is here. the county will set up a flu hotline on thursday offering free flu shots on saturday. the hotline is open from 5 to 7 on thursday and you can get a a shot at several location on saturday. and lynette it feels like flu season. >> it's cold and rainy.
and check this out. this daredevil stunt nearly ended in tragedy, a base jumper in norway flung off the side of a cliff when the bar he was preparing to flip off of just broke. here is another angle. oh! one witness said everybody thought he'd died. amazingly he did not. he managed to open his parachutes seconds before hitting the ground. see it way down there? he was just fine. >>> we want to hear what you think. send your e-mail to mcginty's mailbag, the address mailbag@wusa9.com. 9 news now will be right back. 9 news now is sponsored in part by michael and son. if you can't, we can. >>> in the mailbag tonight through the euphoria of yesterday's pig redskins win we still recall -- big redskins win we still recall the heartbreak of the nationals collapse last friday, but dean says you need to blame sports illustrated. that fine publication is known for putting a curse on its cover subjects. a couple weeks ago they had the nationals and redskins on its cover. i knew the curse was on, no good end could come to the nats or the o's. you wrote this on saturday, didn't you, dean? wish you had it
for four years in a row followed by finland and norway. the united states came 22nd. china was 69th. >>> people in japan's north east are focused on overcoming the challenges of the 2011 disaster. but it won't be easy. they have to rebuild homes, businesses, entire communities. we'll show you their struggles an ahead. everies when day at 1:00 p.m., japan thim here ime. here on "newsline." >>> a japanese conductor is trying to lift spirits with a lift of his baton. he staged a concert with an orchestra. those from kosovo from war in the 1990s. those from japan more recently. kosovo is trying to recover from an ethnic civil war that ended a decade ago. the conductor traveled to kosovo five years ago and started an orchestra. their music uplifted audiences in kosovo and, he thought they should do the same thing in japan. many here are still depond eent after 2011 disaster. though natural disasters and wars are natural calamities people endure the same hardships and can encourage each other. ♪ >> the conductor had the japanese children's song or "sunset and afterglow" adapted for the
into snow in the higher elevations. especially norway. thunderstorms will be found across the regions. especially in italy. clearing out here in much of the east. temperatures are shaping up, like this, warsaw at 5 degrees. overnight hours, you may see those dipping down to minus 1. here is the forecast. >>> our main story once again, continued unrest in mali is fueling concerns about terrorism further afield. the european union is considering sending troops to train government forces in the west african country. a senior eu official says members are discussing plans to send about 200 troops to the country. the official said they will not take part in any fighting. stressing, eu forces are to train soldiers only. mali has been virtually split in half, since the military coup in march. islaming fundamentalists with links to al qaeda have taken over the northern part of the country. european leaders say, if the situation continues, northern mali could become a hotbed of terrorist activity. posing a potential threat to security in europe. >>> the u.n. security council is debating the iss
is the about norway, it's more than 20 feet deep at the bottom of his very deep, very narrow crevice, there's a 7-month-old beagle named hero. >> ah! >> hey there. >> what you're seeing down there san actual climb here got all of his gear together, climbed down this deep crevice and then put some gear around the little dog and as you're watching the video you see her lifted out, comes to the surface. her little face was so terrified and she sees her owner and watch her go absolutely nuts. >> ah! >> that's roy hof, the beagle's owner. let me tell you the story how this beagle ended up in this crevice. roy was out training her to be a rabbit hunter. >> after about five minutes when she didn't come back, he freaked out. he's looking everywhere for his dog. >> he looked nearly 35 hours. >> what? >> oh, my gosh. >> finally heard our howling. called over buddies. they tried for several hours to get the beagle out. but couldn't. >> who rescued her? the climber? an entire rescue team? >> they had him bring all of this gear and he crime eclimbed and helped bring her to the surface. we spoke to the h
got a rude introduction in norway. thieves made off with his luggage, including valuable royal jewelry. cnn's international reporter joins me now. so how did it happen? what exactly happened? >> it's the last thing the king thought would happen when he went to this business conference in oslo, norway. thieves made off with precious ancestral gold crown jewels. we have surveillance video that oslo police are looking at as a key part of the evidence in uncovering who these thieves are. you can see this guy walks through these resolving doors, stands around, and then this is the second suspect for the viewers. you can see her in the head scarf. he stands around with this suitcase and just makes off with it. and so they're still investigating who is responsible for this, in terms of identifying -- they think these are the two suspects, but they're looking into this case. >> why would anybody travel with this kind of valuables? >> it's a good question. the reason being is that king tutu is a really revered figurehead. when he makes these public appearances, he does so in his gold jewelry. y
. i said norway gave themselves the nobel peace prize. norway is not in the
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